This building was
linked to the Great Palace on the opposite side of the Royal
Road by a bridge made from bricks.
The King's House was used as the King's working premises
his office and it was here that the royal family rewarded
their loyal subjects via the famed 'Window of Appearances'.
The King's House also formed the hub of the administration at
Akhetaten, other much smaller offices lay close to this main
building (including the 'Bureau for the Correspondence of Pharaoh'
the location for the Amarna Tablets).
within the King's House
There were three parts to the building
1. A small palace possibly of more than one floor, but
any information concerning any further floors have been lost.
2. A courtyard with a formal avenue of trees
3. A large set of storerooms or magazines.